ANYONE working at a drive-thru establishment who feels the need to somehow try to fit 24.1 oz into a 24 oz. cup (or similar). It either gathers up in the rings that are molded into the lid or pours out of the strawhole when you take your first sip. Like I need THAT at 6:00 am. BITCH!
(I'm usually VERY careful about that sort of thing when I get a beverage, but it snuck up on me this morning, so I'm sitting at my desk OH SO COMFORTABLY in my shirt which as a rather large wet spot. JOY~! Seriously, that barista is SO lucky I didn't drive back and throw my drink at her.)
(Of course, I'd never actually DO that.)
“To get ass, you’ve got to bring ass." -- Roy Jones Jr.
"Your input has been noted. I hope you don't take it personally if I disregard it." -- Guru Zim
I actually need to make it a point at the drive thru to say that I need x-amount of space in the coffee cup left over, since I'm one of those people who uses a ton of cream and sugar, especially with McDonald's coffee, which is really really strong.
I'm not what they call a picky customer otherwise for anything, but if I didn't in this case I'd probably have a whole litany of 3rd degree burns on my lap.
My first move in the morning is usually to spill some amount of coffee on myself... with strategic placement on my pants so it looks like I wet myself.
My personal favorite, and the main reason I don't own a gun...
Drive on any Southern California freeway (101 or 405 especially). I'll be doing a comfortable 75-85, which isn't too bad if there's no traffic (which is rare, hence making the experience all the more pleasurable). Inevitably some a-hole who insists on doing their 45 MPH deliberately moves into the fast lane - thus making the fast lane the slow lane.
"Why did you get into my lane? WHY? WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY!?! Just give me reason so I can understand why the other AT ONE TIME SLOWER 4 lanes weren't good enough for you? WHY? WHY WHY WHY!?! You just had to slow the FAST lane down? WHY?"
At an Astro's home game in Milwaukee of all places, Carlos Zambrano throws the Cubs' first no hitter since Milt Pappas in 1972. He threw 110 pitches, walked one (and hit another) and struck out 10. Congrats, Big Z.